New roof on neighbours

My neighbour has just had a new roof with thicker batons. His roof is now higher than mine. They’ve installed a bonding tray but my tiles are raised at edge sitting on the tray. Therefore 2nd row of tiles are now sitting at a v angle. Neither neighbour nor roofer admitting any accountability saying it’s new regulations on size of batons and my roof needs replacing anyway. I now had a triangular gap in between every tile going up roof in 2 nd row of tiles up the roof. Where do I stand as being unreasonable to correct. No discussion with me beforehand.

Asked by Claire on 29th May 2024
Expert Trade Answers
"Party wall agreement? If none contact solicitor straight away"
Answered on 1st Jun 2024 - Member since May 2024 - report
"This is there problems so what they’ve done have pushed yours out so I would be getting them to sort the problem out for you"
Answered on 29th May 2024 - Member since Feb 2024 - report
"Hi there, I am happy to come visit your property to take a look. There are new regulations in place for the use of bigger battens, as long as they have left your roof safe and water tight there isn’t much you can do"
Answered on 29th May 2024 - Member since Mar 2024 - report
"As long as made you water tight They are regulations But if the regulations Our right There's not a lot you can do But I'm willing to come out and inspect"
Answered on 29th May 2024 - Member since Feb 2024 - report
"Hi its sean from rapid roofing they is so many different last to use on different roofs but im more than happy to come out and have a look to see if its all ok i could get up and take some pictures so you can see whats going on up there"
Answered on 29th May 2024 - Member since Oct 2023 - report
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